EOS Eco-Energy is a not-for-profit organization based out of Sackville, New Brunswick. We serve the Tantramar-Memramcook region and beyond. We are dedicated to community-based solutions to reducing and adapting to climate change including energy sustainability, renewable energy technologies, sustainable community planning, local watershed issues, and climate adaptation. We also conduct educational campaigns, research, and action projects. Check out our project pages to find out more.
EOS envisions a safe, thriving and resilient Chignecto Region in the face of climate change.
EOS works collaboratively with individuals, organizations and governments to promote energy conservation, efficiency, renewable energy, adaptation to climate change, sustainability planning, and watershed health.
Connect With EOS
To find out about the latest programs, workshops, events and activities, check out our news page, Facebook page or Twitter Feed. You can also sign up to receive our event notices and become a member. Thanks for engaging with EOS!
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EOS is Bullfrog Powered
At EOS Eco-Energy, we recognize the importance of addressing our environmental impact. We are proud to reduce the carbon emissions footprint of our business by choosing green electricity with Bullfrog Power for our operations.
We are grateful for the support we receive from project funders over the years:
- New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund
- Westmorland-Albert Community Inclusions Network Co-operative
- Mount Allison Students Union Green Investment Fund
- EcoAction Canada
- Renaissance Sackville
- Municipality of the County of Cumberland
- NB Power
- Wildlife Trust Fund
- Rotary Club of Sackville
What’s in a Name?
Eos is the Greek word for dawn or new beginning. The original thought was to use “EOS” as an acronym (e.g. Energy, Opportunity, Sustainability). After careful consideration, it was decided that using the simple Greek meaning was the best use to convey the identity of the group.
We serve the Chignecto border region of south east New Brunswick and beyond.